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Law becomes an ideal choice for students, passionate about excellent communication skills, logical thinking and a proficiency for reading. successful law career demands:

  • Attention to minute specifics.

  • Commercial awareness and application.

  • Engaging Communication.

  • Information analytics and research

 

"Career after law is not limited arguring in court" but it offfers wide scope of career in multiple domains.

 

Law Firms

 

Do you know about Amarchand & Mangaldas, AZB & Partners and Luthra & Luthra? The cream of the  law consulting firms like these advise clients on multip[le categories of legal challenges. They also advise and represent clients in civil or criminal matters, business transactions, and other challenges. Most law firms absorb fresh graduates from leading Law Schools, launching student careers with fat pay cheques, luring the top most talents.

Litigation

It is the most traditional but effective law career pathway. Litigation opens access to a massive range of situational challenges for various types of clients. With patience and diligence in a law aspirant, students can reap the benefits in the long run. Some of the famous people in this space are Mr. Ram Jethmalani, Mr. Harish Salve, etc.

In-house / corporate counsel

While Law firms usually encourage lawyers to focus on a single specialisation, an in-house corporate counsel handles a range of challenges & becomes a single point legal solution provider. Employee law professionals can enjoy a fixed salary and stable working schedule in this sub-segment.

Intellectual property (IP)

Intellectual property rights (IPR) points towards the legal protection and privilege given to the inventors to protect their invention for a certain fixed interval in years. It is a strong weapon to protect and nurture/reward investments of time, money & effort by the inventors. This is emerging to be one of the most promising areas, with plenty of opportunities but equally tough challenges and media exposure.

Judiciary

In the Judiciary wing, vacant positions of Magistrate/ Sub-Judge are sourced from public service commissions or else under the watch of the High Court. Basic academic requirement is a degree in law (professional) with a High School degree in Arts / Science / Commerce etc. Many States absorb District and Sessions court Judges through competitive examinations, set by State commissions / High Courts. The novelty factor of this role lies in honorable social status and unique perks enjoyed by Judges.

Legal Process Outsourcing (LPO)

Legal Outsourcing refers to the procedure of a law firm obtaining legal services from another one, mainly based off-shore. This domain remains mostly untapped & would probably witness a huge spike in demand in the near future. 

Others

Law students can equally find meaningful and impactful work in Government Departments, International organisations, NGOs, etc. Legal journalism is a new and exciting domain, offering abundant scope in India. Lawyers who are post graduates / doctorates can involve themselves in teaching and Academia, including cutting edge research in the law domain.

CLAT

CLAT is organized by the Consortium of National Law Universities consisting of the representative universities. The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is a national level entrance exam for admissions to undergraduate (UG) and postgraduate (PG) law programmes offered by 22 National Law Universities around the country.

CLAT official website

https://consortiumofnlus.ac.in/clat-2021/

 

AILET

All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) is conducted by NLU-Delhi for admissions to its law courses.

AILET official website

https://nludelhi.ac.in/home.aspx

 

SLAT

Symbiosis Law Admission Test is conducted by Symbiosis law school, it has been a constituent of Symbiosis International (Deemed University), which is accredited by 'NAAC' with 'A' grade. Symbiosis have campuses in Pune, Noida, Hyderabad & Nagpur.

SLAT official website

https://www.set-test.org/index.html

 

MAH CET

Maharashtra Common Entrance Test for Law is a national level entrance exam organized to offer admission to the candidates into 5 year degree law courses. MH CET Law is conducted by Directorate of Higher Education, Maharashtra.

MAH CET official website

https://cetcelladmissions.mahait.org/

 

LSAT India

LSAT India is a standardized test of reading and verbal reasoning skills designed by the USA–based Law School Admission Council (LSAC) for use by law schools in India.

LSAT official website

https://www.discoverlaw.in/

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1. Can students from any stream sit for CLAT?

Yes, despite law being a subject of humanities, students of any stream can appear for the law exam. The paper is evenly balanced for all potential students from all backgrounds. In fact, most of the successful students over the eras have been science students. Recently, Arts and Commerce students have also taken up the mantle.

 

2. What is the time frame of legal education?

There are two types of legal education. The traditional one has a three year graduation, followed by a three year degree in law. The National Law Schools, offer  a five–year integrated program, mainly B.A. LL.B. (Hons.).

 

3. Do National Law Schools offer other degrees too?

Yes. Apart from B.A. LL.B. (Hons.), there are other degrees such as  BB.A. LL.B. (Hons.) and B.Com. (LL.B.) (Hons.). However, each of these law options vary from school to school.

 

4. Are National Law Universities Residential Universities?

Yes. Nearly every National Law University requires mandatory hostel stay during the five year period. Few universities such as NUJS Kolkata, gives local students a choice to study as day scholars.

 

5. What are my career options after graduating from a NLU?

A world of opportunity awaits!! National Law Schools allow diverse career options that include fat pay and fame. Refer to the Introduction on Career Options above.

 

6. Is law a safe career option for Girls?

100%!!! Over the years, many law schools are reporting that the majority of student body are girls. A safe and secure residential setup and multitude of legal career options has made it a fantastic option for girls.

 

7. Are there reservations in NLUs?

Being Government institutions, there are reservations in different National Law Universities. All NLUs have reservations for SC/ST/OBC.. Some have regional quotas and also reservations for women, defence personnel wards and NRI children.

 

8. What are the fee structures of different NLUs?

The fee is in the range of a 1 lakh rupees per annum, and differs from student to student. However, National Law Universities study shall allow student to earn the full five years fees in a couple of months. Besides, there are numerous options of scholarships, grants and student loans. Every economic section of the society is present in National Law Schools.

 

9. Can I prepare simultaneously for Boards and CLAT?

This depends on student capacity. It is seen that the ratio of students who have just passed out and students who have dropped a year is about the same. CLAT is not lengthy but it requires consistent input. It requires a schedule of 2 hours of quality study every week.

 

10. How do I appear for the CLAT and other law exams?
The form usually comes out between November to December and is visible  at the official website – www.clat.ac.in. Refer to the notification space here. All official information regarding other law examinations shall be available on the respective websites as well.

 

 

11. What can I do right now which will give me a head start for entrances?

  • Stay in touch with GK and Current Affairs.

  • Improve comfort level with English grammar and reading from books, newspapers and TV news.

  • Practise basic Math problems and learn tricks for time-saving. 

  • Having a basic knowledge of the law by reading books eg Pearson CLAT Solve questions on logical reasoning questions

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